Why weren't there Neanderthals in North-Africa?

Why weren't there Neanderthals in North-Africa?

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  1. 1 week ago
    Anonymous

    There might have been but in such small numbers we have no records of them.

    • 1 week ago
      Anonymous

      This. Neanderthal population was probably no bigger than 25k globally.

  2. 1 week ago
    Anonymous

    interestingly, they have basically the same territory that IE would acquire in the future

    • 1 week ago
      Anonymous

      The steppes lead into Europe.

    • 1 week ago
      Anonymous

      IE has absolutely nothing to do with it seeing as IE was one of the last groups of humans to arrive into eurasia

    • 1 week ago
      Anonymous

      cromag, which would later become IE, took over their niche and thus outcompeted them.

      • 1 week ago
        Anonymous

        Did you hit your head on the crib when you were a baby? illiterate
        moronic.Who said they have anything in common? I said the mass of the territory is somewhat similar

    • 1 week ago
      Anonymous

      Iberia was barely touched by the IE if at all

      • 1 week ago
        Anonymous

        Near-complete paternal replacement and and 95% of them speaking an IE as a first language would say otherwise. Spanish schizo won't like to hear about this one though.

        • 1 week ago
          Anonymous

          They werent touched by IE, theyre brown hispanics wtf are you talking about 95% when portugal has 0% IE related ancestry

          • 1 week ago
            Anonymous

            Your R1b-m269 says they were touched by plenty of fat IE cawks.

          • 1 week ago
            Anonymous

            Spaniards are primarity E and J, Only basques are R1b

          • 1 week ago
            Anonymous

            The used to be R1b but they were raped to extinction by E1b.

      • 1 week ago
        Anonymous

        https://i.imgur.com/2eBWsv0.jpeg

        They werent touched by IE, theyre brown hispanics wtf are you talking about 95% when portugal has 0% IE related ancestry

        Your R1b-m269 says they were touched by plenty of fat IE cawks.

        Spaniards are primarity E and J, Only basques are R1b

        https://i.imgur.com/IxktHCk.png

        The used to be R1b but they were raped to extinction by E1b.

        t. Burgers

  3. 1 week ago
    Anonymous

    The answer is likely competition. Also from what we know of them, they didn't exactly live the best ways.
    We know they likely weren't able to throw as well as homosapiens, meaning we can always outrange them in a fight.
    They lived in small family units, extended families in an area with limited resources, whereas homosapiens would live in a very large extended tribal family that likely had lots of territories.
    Lastly, the environment they lived in is a tricky business. It's not just a place you can walk into. Africa kills White people, Europe starves Black people. It took, at least, 10,000 years of adaptation for homosexual Sapiens to begin moving into Europe. We likely had interactions with them, feared them, killed them, raped them long before we migrated into their territory and the story would have been the same the other way. Neanderthals being forced to adapt to a warmer climate with more intense and frequent competition, a big difference to a sparse place with moderate competition. Migrations to North Africa either require innovations in seafaring or warfare and existing in a new location. For homosapiens however, we just had to learn to live with the seasons, which was made much easier by the fact we avoided lots of death and injury, because we were far more adept at throwing.

    tl;dr: adaptation takes time, they took too long, we won.

    • 1 week ago
      Anonymous

      >Lastly, the environment they lived in is a tricky business.

      I'd add that Neanderthals were night hunting ambush predators (they never invented the bow or even the spear thrower) and the wide open grasslands of N.Africa at the time aren't suited for that type of hunting.

      >We likely had interactions with them, feared them, killed them, raped them long before we migrated into their territory

      Only much later did humans turn the tables on them, for thousands of years it was Neanderthals preying on humans.

      • 1 week ago
        Anonymous

        >wide open grasslands of N.Africa
        North Africa is mostly mountainous.

        • 1 week ago
          Anonymous

          Any chance why people did?
          https://phys.org/news/2019-08-humans-africa-fled-mountains-ice.html

  4. 1 week ago
    Anonymous

    Too warm

  5. 1 week ago
    Anonymous

    Our ancestors likely copulated with them initially there which led to the Mousterian industry, possibly in North Africa. I think this is mostly made up though. Why do you think gracile LP dalit sapiens and neanderthals shagging would lead to such a fundamental change in industry? How do they justify such conclusions now that we know sapiens ventured into Eurasian much, much deeper into prehistory than than last 100k years? We know this for a fact now from multiple finds.

    Seems like these archaeogeneticists enjoy pulling our legs bros.

    • 1 week ago
      Anonymous

      >How do they justify such conclusions now that we know sapiens ventured into Eurasian much, much deeper into prehistory than than last 100k years?
      Elaborate.

      • 1 week ago
        Anonymous

        A few finds from Greece and elsewhere cast doubt on the prevailing narrative, Apidima 1 is the one I always recall because it just helped make more sense of things for me. It seems that the progression to the Upper Paleolithic was a truly brutal transformation and selection event for h. Sapiens.

        Now that we know the timeline is older than 150K since out of Africa, I anticipate that we will see evidence for.entire waves of interspecies violence and resource competition between sapiens and what archaics were alive then. Perhaps even within Africa. I still believe out of Africa was legit but the whole
        >65k years ago we just *poof* left Africa for no reason and then went about 10k years later into Europe and Siberia and everything changed, all in linear progress, now you have 2% archaic DNA 🙂
        or whatever narrative is terribly facetious. It's outright false. There were multiple migratory waves, multiple shifts of glaciers showing the changing climate, multiple interbreeding events, multiple populations of sapiens and obviously Neanderthal (and etc) that went extinct due to this competition. Once our methods improve that is, I think it will be revealed. We already have evidence of scalping and things of that sort going on in deeply ancient ancestral groups, some of the first to be able to use hand axes.

    • 1 week ago
      Anonymous

      >Seems like these archaeogeneticists enjoy pulling our legs bros.

      They aren't pulling your leg, you're just slow when it comes to the latest news. The only humans with DNA that isn't from the latest and biggest wave out o Africa are Papuans, with 2% of their ancestry coming from a ghost population that diverged early on.

      A few finds from Greece and elsewhere cast doubt on the prevailing narrative, Apidima 1 is the one I always recall because it just helped make more sense of things for me. It seems that the progression to the Upper Paleolithic was a truly brutal transformation and selection event for h. Sapiens.

      Now that we know the timeline is older than 150K since out of Africa, I anticipate that we will see evidence for.entire waves of interspecies violence and resource competition between sapiens and what archaics were alive then. Perhaps even within Africa. I still believe out of Africa was legit but the whole
      >65k years ago we just *poof* left Africa for no reason and then went about 10k years later into Europe and Siberia and everything changed, all in linear progress, now you have 2% archaic DNA 🙂
      or whatever narrative is terribly facetious. It's outright false. There were multiple migratory waves, multiple shifts of glaciers showing the changing climate, multiple interbreeding events, multiple populations of sapiens and obviously Neanderthal (and etc) that went extinct due to this competition. Once our methods improve that is, I think it will be revealed. We already have evidence of scalping and things of that sort going on in deeply ancient ancestral groups, some of the first to be able to use hand axes.

      >There were multiple migratory waves, multiple shifts of glaciers showing the changing climate, multiple interbreeding events, multiple populations of sapiens and obviously Neanderthal (and etc) that went extinct due to this competition.

      Again, there is no hidden truth here, you're far behind on the latest news. There's evidence that while homosexual sapiens evolved in Africa, distant branches of our species left extremely early on onto to get absorbed by Neanderthals, but not before an African woman's mtDNA completely replaced the mtDNA of Neanderthals about 200,000 years ago. As for Apidima 1, I hope it's actually homosexual sapiens but there's some evidence that suggests it could be a Neanderthal too.

      • 1 week ago
        Anonymous

        The mainstream narrative, still mentioned in papers, hasn't shifted. I'm aware of all of these changes. You're being pretentious and obtuse simultaneously. Incremental pushbacks of the estimates for the bulk of our ancestry has been a constant over the past 30 years.

        Frick off

        • 1 week ago
          Anonymous

          A few finds from Greece and elsewhere cast doubt on the prevailing narrative, Apidima 1 is the one I always recall because it just helped make more sense of things for me. It seems that the progression to the Upper Paleolithic was a truly brutal transformation and selection event for h. Sapiens.

          Now that we know the timeline is older than 150K since out of Africa, I anticipate that we will see evidence for.entire waves of interspecies violence and resource competition between sapiens and what archaics were alive then. Perhaps even within Africa. I still believe out of Africa was legit but the whole
          >65k years ago we just *poof* left Africa for no reason and then went about 10k years later into Europe and Siberia and everything changed, all in linear progress, now you have 2% archaic DNA 🙂
          or whatever narrative is terribly facetious. It's outright false. There were multiple migratory waves, multiple shifts of glaciers showing the changing climate, multiple interbreeding events, multiple populations of sapiens and obviously Neanderthal (and etc) that went extinct due to this competition. Once our methods improve that is, I think it will be revealed. We already have evidence of scalping and things of that sort going on in deeply ancient ancestral groups, some of the first to be able to use hand axes.

          lol bro you dont have any secret knowledge. everything you're saying is known by anyone who is up to date homosexual

  6. 1 week ago
    Anonymous

    A more advanced species, sapiens, kept them out

    • 1 week ago
      Anonymous

      >more advanced
      I swear even this one day will be debunked.

      • 1 week ago
        Anonymous

        You're living proof that you're more advanced than them.

        • 1 week ago
          Anonymous

          40% of the world will be Black folk in 50 years
          I'm sure they're the god's greatest creation

  7. 1 week ago
    Anonymous

    >Why weren't there Neanderthals in North-Africa?
    Jebel Irhoud Afroasiatics exterminated them and then followed them into Europe and Asia exterminating them and raping their women to produce Eurasians.

    • 1 week ago
      Anonymous

      Thread

    • 1 week ago
      Anonymous

      Your thinly veiled fetish is deboonked by the fact that male humans and female neanderthals don't produce fertile offspring.

      • 1 week ago
        Anonymous

        Cope

      • 1 week ago
        Anonymous

        Copiumuch?

  8. 1 week ago
    Anonymous

    you will never get to live with literal cave men

    whats the fricking point then?

  9. 1 week ago
    Anonymous

    >you will never get to live with literal cave (monke) tomboy

    https://files.catbox.moe/cslw1k.jpeg

  10. 1 week ago
    Anonymous

    >or another question
    Why weren't there eastern Neanderthals migrate to Mongolia mainland and bigger Korea/non-yellow sea, later Japan via landbridge?

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